About Cathy Carey

Learning Spaces Coordinator , Customer Services

University Library Open Saturday 16th June

The University Library at Ormskirk will be open tomorrow (16th June ) during the University open day 10am until 3pm.

More information on the University Open Day can be found here

Full access to facilities and helpdesk will be available.

Our helpline is also available during these hours on 01695 584286 or e-mail us lsdesk@edgehill.ac.uk


Cathy Carey

Facilities Coordinator



University Library – changes to opening hours

Please be aware the opening hours for the University Library change from Monday 14th May to

Monday to Friday 8.00am – 9pm

Saturday and Sunday 11am – 6pm 

Midnight opening has now ended for this academic year but we plan to offer it again from September.

Opening hours for all our sites can be found on our website


Cathy Carey

Facilities Coordinator

Monday 7th May – We are open!!!

If you’re looking to get some extra work done before your exams start dont forget the University Library is open today.

9.00am – 7.00pm

You can access all the Library resources, computers and study spaces as well as the Welcome Desk on the Ground Floor. Our helpline is also available during these hours on 01695 584286

Cathy Carey

Facilities Coordinator

Easter opening Learning Services

Opening hours at our sites will alter slightly, week commencing Monday 26th March, for the Easter Vacation.

University Library

Monday to Friday: 8am – 9pm

Saturday and Sunday: 11am – 6pm

LINC Building

PC1 in the LINC will remain open 24-7 with a valid UniCard

the helpdesk hours for w-c 2nd and 9th April are

Monday to Friday 8.45am – 5pm

Easter Weekend 6th– 10th April 2012

Most Learning Services sites will be closed Good Friday – Easter Tuesday Inclusive

Aintree LIRC will be open Tuesday 10th April 2012

8.30am – 8pm

To see full details on opening hours for all our sites please check the website here


Cathy Carey – Facilities coordinator

Want to film in the University Library?

We are aware that at this busy time of year for projects, students may want to use the University Library for filming purposes.  If you think, from your story boarding, you may want to come in and film, please note we have the following guidelines in place for you to follow.

Students in the editing suite

You must seek permission, in advance, from either;

Please give a brief outline in your e-mail your plans for filming, where in the Library you would like to use and an idea of how many people there will be with you.

We will aim to accommodate all requests, as much as possible, but please be aware the Library is a place of study and we cannot allow your fellow students to be disrupted.

The Library is always quieter in the evening, and at weekends, so you may want to bear this in mind when you make your request.


Cathy Carey
Facilities Co-ordinator

Paying fines at the University Library

Do you have library fines and don’t want to wait at the counter?

You are now able to pay your fines on one of our self-issue machines.

When you scan in your Unicard – the screen will tell you how much your fines are and gives you the option to pay them off instantly. Coins only though!!

Fines under £10 – pay them off immediately and stop them creeping up, or wait until you come in next time.

Fines over £10 – You must reduce this to under £10 in order to borrow books.

Fines over £60 – you will be asked to go to the desk.

This is particularly great news for those of you who use our midnight opening and want to pay your fines off to borrow books after the helpdesk has closed.

You can also pay fines Online via the Online Store here

Please Note Online payments can take up to 24 hours to be credited to your Library account

Cathy Carey Facilities Coordinator